Emily Crisman (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6508
E-mail: ecrisman@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Emily Crisman became a staff writer for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Community News division in 2009 and became assistant editor of the Signal Mountain and North Hamilton Weekly editions in 2013. She also writes for other Times Free Press publications including Chatter and 4Paws, of which she became the editor in 2014. Emily graduated with a degree in humanities from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006.

Signal Mountain moms aim to 'Save the Pigs'

Published Oct. 11 2017

The biannual Posh Piggies Consignment sale is returning to First Baptist Church in downtown Chattanooga Oct. 17-21.

Signal Mountain Middle/High School Sports Boosters host Halloween events at McCoy Farm

Published Oct. 11 2017

The Signal Mountain Middle/High School Sports Boosters' second annual Halloween Fest at McCoy Farm & Gardens is expanding this year...

McCoy Farm & Gardens hosts fundraiser, Civil War history talk

Published Oct. 4 2017

McCoy Farm & Gardens is hosting a fundraiser for the property's renovations, featuring wine, heavy hors d'oeuvres and a talk...

Kids 4 Clean Water holds fall break camp

Published Oct. 4 2017

TenneSEA Kids 4 Clean Water, a local nonprofit that teaches kids how to protect and restore the environment by focusing...

Creating a masterpiece: How to build your own wine collection

Published Oct. 1 2017

While many of us buy wine to drink right away — an estimated 70-90 percent of wine purchased in the...

The Junior League of Chattanooga celebrates 100 years

Published Oct. 1 2017

One hundred years after its founding, the Junior League of Chattanooga hasn't changed much as an organization. "The focus is...

Here are four Chattanooga area million-dollar listings with a million-dollar view

Published Oct. 1 2017

With its mountains, river and lake offering the sort of scenic surroundings high-end homebuyers are looking for, Chattanooga boasts a...

Drink(s) to impress

Published Oct. 1 2017

If you're in the mood to indulge, there's no better drain to pour your money down than your own esophagus....

Weekend getaway: Resorts for sporting enthusiasts to set their sights on

Published Oct. 1 2017

To get in on the Southern shooting tradition you don't have to cozy up to club members or throw down...

Signal Mountain Nursery hosts annual Fall Festival

Published Sep. 27 2017

Stocked with pumpkins, mums and all things fall, Signal Mountain Nursery is ready to celebrate the season with its third...

Signal students raise enough money to build a well in Ethiopia

Published Sep. 27 2017

A new well will be built in Ethiopia thanks to students at Signal Mountain Middle/High School, which recently partnered with...

Red Bank discusses regulating short-term rentals

Published Sep. 27 2017

Red Bank city commissioners are discussing what regulations the city may impose on short-term vacation rentals. City Manager Randall Smith...

Clean Cuisine

Published Sep. 24 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending Sept. 15:

Special birthday gift offers 92-year-old a chance to fly again

Published Sep. 20 2017

Although his children partly kept him from fulfilling his dream of being a professional pilot, it was they who were...

Restart your body with class focused on whole foods

Published Sep. 20 2017

Wellness coach and Signal Mountain resident Wendy Glass is starting two new five-week sessions of the Restart program, which educates...

State school assessment offers mixed results

Published Sep. 20 2017

Overall, Hamilton County Schools received the lowest possible composite score on the Tennessee Value-Added Assessment Scores, the annual state assessment...

Clean Cuisine

Published Sep. 17 2017

The following restaurants received the top scores on their Hamilton County Health Department inspections for the week ending Sept. 8:

McCoy Farm hosts Pierce Pettis concert

Published Sep. 13 2017

McCoy Farm and Gardens is hosting an outdoor concert on its grounds Friday, Sept. 22, with doors opening at 6...

Business Spotlight: The Bread Basket

Published Sep. 13 2017

The Bread Basket first opened in 1988 on Signal Mountain.

Red Bank appoints new police chief

Published Sep. 13 2017

The city of Red Bank has a new police chief: 30-year police veteran Robert Simpson.